Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 4, 2010
MoneyNing.com now has a Facebook fan page that allows David Ning, founder of the blog, to reach even more people with his common sense frugal living advice at http://www.facebook.com/pages/MoneyNing/162738947099.
The blog's Facebook fan page provides those rattled by the economy and the most recent housing market decline with straight-forward financial advice. Ning also relates practical strategies for a happier, simpler, more frugal way of life.
July housing sales dropped 25.5%, according to the National Association of Realtors. This decline resulted in the lowest volume of single-family home sales since 1995. The sluggish housing market could result in less than 1% growth in the market during the last half of the year, experts say.
In response this grim forecast, economist Joel L. Naroff told the New York Times, “It won’t be a double-dip recession, but it might feel like it.”
Indeed, it might feel like a double dip recession to the millions of Americans who are currently out of work. It might also feel like it to those millions more Americans who, although still gainfully employed, have seen their paychecks shrink in real-dollar buying value as gasoline and food prices continue to skyrocket.
David Ning is a husband, father and college graduate who understands what it’s like to try to pay an endless assortment of bills on too-few dollars. Ning’s personal journey of trying to make ends meet on limited means, forced him to learn how to make the most of every dollar. His frugal living philosophy helped him remain solvent in the face of difficult financial circumstances.
In 2007 David Ning launched his frugal living website MoneyNing.com in order to help others learn personal finance and money management skills. Ning enjoys helping people understand how to make simple changes in their daily spending habits so that they can build savings, and wealth over time.
The free money advice and straightforward frugal living strategies found on MoneyNing.com attracts 300,000 monthly visitors. MoneyNing.com content has also been featured in online news outlets including the NYTimes.com, Time.com and USNews.com.
MoneyNing.com recently expanded its offering by creating a fan page on Facebook. To become a fan go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/MoneyNing/162738947099.
To learn more about frugal living can lead to wealth creation and a solid financial future, or subscribe to the newsletter, go to http://MoneyNing.com/.